Summer Fun for the Kids at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden

April 27, 2009 · Filed Under Events and News 

Green Thumb Club provides children the opportunity to learn more about the natural world around them. We use the Fort Worth Botanic Garden as a living laboratory for students to explore topics such as native plant studies, pollination, tree structure, climate change, and more.

Classes are $25.00 each
Class size is limited, so register early!


Summer in the Garden with Green Thumb Club
Summer 2009 Green Thumb Club is for children entering K – 3rd grade and will include a snack along with a craft project to take home. This year we study insects, weather, meet a real beekeeper, and learn about tracking animals! These classes are from 9:00 a.m. until noon on select Wednesdays.

Download the Green Thumb Club Form:


Contact Judy Bauereisen at 817-871-7682 or

Eco Camp
For the older students entering 4th and 5th grade we have partnered with The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Museum School ® to offer a new summer ecology camp called Eco-Camp. These students stay a little longer and explore more in depth. There are two different sessions offered.

Learn more about Green Thumb Club by downloading the brochure and for more information about Eco-Camp, contact The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Museum School ® at 817-255-9333 or visit

Download the Eco Camp registration brochure:


Green Thumb Club and Eco Camp sponsored in part by the Fort Worth Botanical Society 


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